Summary: This smelled like grape soda or candy and I laughed out loud. Smell again ... Not quite grape but that's the closest ... I nice smelling grape, possibly flowers behind it? I focused my mind on thinking of cedar and can sort of feel it ... Grape cough drop.
Summary: As a tuberose fan, I was looking forward to trying this. I like the clean, fresh smell of cedar wood and was very curious to see how it would smell when blended with one of my favorite heady white floral notes. I wasn't quite prepared for the somewhat nauseating opening. People are describing it as candied fruit but to me it smells like sweet and sharp patchouli, the note I hate most in all of perfumery.
Summary: I loved this for the first 15 minutes - rich, woody & spicy - but it turned quickly sweet and fruitcakey, though in a mellow way. Chergui does the same thing on me, and I already have it, so no need to go down that route again.
Summary: I was just teasing my husband that we should convert a room into a large library and study, complete with red velvet seating and dark oak housing hundreds of out of print hardcover novels. And in our old age he would take his place on a big, burgundy leather chair, dressed in a silk robe, with a pipe in his mouth, reciting Hemingway out loud. Never gonna happen. He'll give me as grand a library as he can, but you'll never see him in it.
Summary: Pretty, but misleading. After the short cedary opening blast, all I smelled was amber, musk, cloves and a very spicy, catch-in-your-throat cinnamon. The cloves give the scent a lot of heat. It's very sweet and very warm, almost suffocatingly so. There's also something that smells a little boozy in it.
Summary: Add me to the meh-to-yuck opinions. I was hoping for a spicy, woody, interesting fragrance--but got SWEEEET!!TUBEROSE!!! Ack! where'd everything else go? Very disappointing from a wonderful creator. I still have high hopes for Borneo.